The first home built as part of the OregonBILDS (Building Integrated Livable Designs Sustainably) project has been featured in Thursday’s Register-Guard.
The Oregon BILDS project is a collaboration between students from the School of Architecture and Allied Arts at the University of Oregon and students from Lane Community College’s construction technology program to design and build affordable, energy efficient single-family homes.
The first of nine planned homes, located at 384 Hope Loop in west Eugene, will be on the Tour of Homes July 19-27 and is valued at $175,000 for buyers who earn 80 percent or less of Lane County’s median family income.
Read more about the Oregon BILDS program in the Register-Guard at “Young guns nail tour home.”
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—By Melissa Foley, Public Affairs Communications